Bulkeley High School

Matthew Espinosa, Principal

CCC Summer ROBOTICS and Computer Science Program! (SCHOLARSHIPS available to Bulkeley Students)

Program #1 Robotics:

Students will work individually and in teams to build and program VEX IQ snap-together robots. Students will learn STEM and engineering skills, including visual coding, through fun, hands-on activities. Participating students are provided lunch each day throughout the program.

August 2 – August 6, 9am – 3pm @ Capital
Cost: $200 (FREE for Hartford Students!)


Special Thanks for generous support from:

Program #2 Programming:

Students will develop computational thinking and problem-solving skills through completing computer science activities and labs. Students will complete activities independently and collaborate with peers on a team projects.

August 9 – August 13, 9am – 12pm Online
Cost: $100 (FREE for Hartford Students!)

How To Apply:


Need-based tuition-free scholarships are available for Hartford and East Hartford residents.

Transportation (Program #1 only)

Participating students must have their own transportation to and from the college.
Student Drop-Off begins at 8:40am. Student Pick-Up is between 3:00 and 3:30pm.

Application Process

Who Can Apply?

The Summer Computer Science Program is designed BOTH for students with no knowledge of computer science, and for students with previous knowledge. Previous knowledge is not required – what is required is an interest and eagerness to learn.


For questions regarding the application process, or more other information regarding Capital Community College’s Summer Computer Science Programs, contact:

Seth Freeman
Professor, Computer Information Systems
(860) 906 5249

What happens after high school? Student 5.0

What happens after high school?

Student 5.0!

    • College? 2-year? 4-year?
    • Straight to career?
    • Apprenticeship?
    • Military?
    • Something else?

If you (or someone you know) would like help figuring this out, Student 5.0 is a no-cost peer mentor program for high school seniors to plan what comes next.

Students — what comes next depends on what you want to do. With COVID-19 still disrupting building access, this all-virtual program can be a big help.


Carmine & Frank Mangini Foundation MVP Scholarship

MVP scholarship program

Each year, a number of students are selected as CFM MVPs by the Board of the Mangini Foundation. They are chosen based on academic and extracurricular achievement and for demonstrating a strong commitment to community service, as well as acceptance into college. They also must reflect a high level of character and a strong determination to succeed. This scholarship is one of the hallmarks of the Foundation’s mission to increase opportunities for under-resourced students.

Awarded in the month of June, selected MVPs will receive a laptop computer and software package to help prepare for college. 

Since 2003, The CFM Foundation has awarded these scholarships to over 280 selected MVPs from the Hartford+ community.

MVP scholarship criteria

Required items to be included with application:

  • HS Transcript
  • College Acceptance Letter
  • Student Aid Report (incl. family income)
  • Yearbook Photo

The application will also require students to answer 4 short essay questions. 

Engage Program

High School Students

In grades 9, 10 and 11 at BULKELEY HIGH SCHOOL

EARN up to $2,000!

Are you in grade 9, 10, or 11 at Bulkeley High School?

Do you want to earn money while getting more connected?

Do you want to earn money while doing career exploration, finding out about careers that suit your interests?

How about joining your peers for a free trip in June?

Do you want to earn up to $2,000? We will show you how!

Time is money, contact us today!

*Call for details @ 860-247-3227

      or Text:  860-385-1891

         or Email: youth@ctprf.org